Hadley Vogel's eclectic background and interests include art making, exhibition space management, teaching preschool, and—in keeping with her father’s line of work—bookbinding. Her attempts to unify these metiers is already generating new hybrids.
A survey probably isn’t needed, but if you ask just about any experienced fisherman in Montauk Harbor who is the king of rod-and-reel commercial fishing most are likely to agree that John Rade,is the one who wears the crown.
Maureen Raymo, a paleoclimatologist and marine geologist, will discuss her research on climate change over earth’s history on Saturday at the Nature Conservancy’s Center for Conservation in East Hampton.
Democrats on the South Fork will have to “fight in a way that we’ve never been asked to before” to elect Perry Gershon, the party’s candidate to represent New York’s First Congressional District, the actor Alec Baldwin said at an Easts Hampton fund-raiser on Sunday.
The East Hampton Library’s upcoming Authors Night fund-raiser, to be held next month on an Amagansett field bought by the town with community preservation fund money, dominated a meeting of the Amagansett Citizens Advisory Committee.
To accommodate demand, the East Hampton Town Trustees have added racks to store 40 kayaks at the end of Gerard Drive in Springs.
The ongoing issue of litter was revisited in a slide presentation that depicted overflowing trash receptacles on East Hampton Village beaches.
As part of an effort to bring more business to East Hampton Village’s commercial district, the director of the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce had a plan for a weekly event. Officials refused to give him the go-ahead.
No doubt about it, it was hot and humid last week. Nobody needed to hear it formally from a weatherman, or from Capt. Obvious for that matter. Hot is just hot. Just poking your head outside the house was enough for many people, before tightly closing the door to stay cool in air-conditioned comfort.


More than a decade before Jason Biondo was born, Macy’s, the department store, and Raymond Loewy, the prolific industrial designer, commissioned the renowned architect Andrew Geller to design about 200 prefabricated houses for Culloden Point, a peninsula less than three miles from Montauk’s downtown. It was 1963, and the Leisurama homes, as they were called, cost between $13,000 and $17,000.